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Sir Dinadan was known as the "Good Knight without Fear".
Sir Dinadan was a knight who always weighed the odds of victory before a fight. He was a great sport and also known as the "Good Knight without Fear".
At a joust with Lancelot, Dinadan ended up being dragged off into the forest by other joust participants after being unhorsed. They dressed him up as a woman and let him go to the delight of the crowd.
The Celtic knot border has been added digitally. This piece was created with in dyes and color pencils.
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